The origins of Central Washington Hospital date to the early 1900s with the establishment of Central Washington Deaconess Hospital and St. Anthony’s Hospital. The two organizations merged in 1974 to form Central Washington Health Services Association. The St. Anthony’s facility was renamed Rosewood Hospital in 1974 and the facilities combined their operations at the remodeled and expanded Rosewood Hospital site under the name Central Washington Hospital.
In 2012, Central Washington Hospital began the process of affiliating with Wenatchee Valley Medical Center, which was finalized in July 2013. Collectively known as Confluence Health, our affiliation allows us to offer a full range of inpatient and outpatient health care services and cutting edge technology, and a rural health care delivery system serving North Central Washington.